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Ride-hailing service Uber said on Monday its drivers had faced intimidation in South Africa following a protest last week by members of metered taxi associations who say the online app competes unfairly for business. Drivers of metered taxis harassed Uber drivers at the Sandton Gautrain station and Sandton City mall in Johannesburg, Uber said in a statement on its website. In addition we have deployed security to these hotspots," Uber said.
Athens (AFP) - 13:20 GMT - Story so far - Greece said "No" to more austerity in a historic referendum on Sunday, dismaying its European creditors and making the country's exit from the euro more likely. * Eurozone finance ministers are to meet at 1100 GMT on Tuesday, hours before leaders from eurozone nations meet in an extraordinary summit. * Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed that Greece will present fresh economic proposals on Tuesday.